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SUMMARY

The genetic control of resistance of chick embryo cultures to ( 50) was studied in crosses between the highly inbred Reaseheath lines, I, C and W and in the test-cross between and line 7. Embryo cultures resistant to ( 2) were also resistant to ( 50). Genetic analysis of the segregation results of resistance and susceptibility in the F, back-crosses, and test-cross populations suggests that the genes pleiotropically control the resistance of the embryo cultures to ( 50).

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